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Quinnipiac University to offer free mental health and resiliency training for emergency medical services personnel June 25-30

The training will be open to 100 front-line personnel, first-line supervisors and mental health trauma response teams to help them recognize and respond to significant events in EMS.

Quinnipiac University School of Law to present the symposium ‘Queer Families: Past, Present, and Promise’ on June 24

This program will explore the history and development of the rights of LGBTQ+ families, including parents and queer youth, in the United States and, specifically, in Connecticut.

Quinnipiac University to launch ‘Bobcat Stride’ outdoor community walking program for senior citizens

The program, which is free and open to members of the public 50 years of age and over, will be open weekdays during daylight hours through the month of August.

American Eagle to Host Free First-Time Home Buyer Seminar in North Haven

Designed to take the mystery and anxiety out of the home-buying process, this program is free and open to both American Eagle members and nonmembers.

Chris Roush, Dean of the School of Communications at Quinnipiac University, writes new book about business journalism

The book examines the dissemination divide between people who can pay thousands of dollars for high-end business journalism and the small business owners, entrepreneurs and consumers who are no longer getting the business and economics news they need to make decisions.

North Haven Girl Scouts Bridge

The Bridging Ceremony is when Girl Scouts advance to the next level of Girl Scouts after completing two years in a level.

Kyle Souza, the Student Bar Association president at the Quinnipiac University School of Law, delivers remarks at commencement exercises as Jennifer Gerarda Brown, dean of the School of Law, looks on. Photo by Quinnipiac University.

Quinnipiac University confers 128 law degrees during commencement exercises for the School of Law

Emily Bazelon, a senior research scholar and lecturer in law, Truman Capote Fellow at Yale Law School and writer for The New York Times Magazine, addressed the Class of 2022 and urged the graduates to use their education to protect others.

Dr. Linda Kerandi delivered the student remarks for the Class of 2022 at commencement exercises for the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. Photo by Quinnipiac University

Quinnipiac University confers 96 medical degrees during commencement ceremonies for the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine

Yale School of Medicine Professor Dr. Auguste Fortin VI addressed the graduates at the People’s United Center and reminded them that when it comes to effective patient care, the most powerful medicine evolves from care, compassion and love.

Sen. Cicarella Statement on Passage of $24B State Budget Adjustment

Underlying budget does not provide adequate tax relief to offset continued soaring inflation.

Rep. Yaccarino Co-Sponsors Children’s Mental Health Legislation

The wide-ranging legislation aims to address the youth mental health crisis and support children and families by growing the behavioral health workforce, expanding treatment facilities, and increasing insurance coverage for mental health services.

Sen. Paul Cicarella leads a business roundtable discussion with HUBCAP Wallingford on April 8, 2022 in Wallingford.

Sen. Cicarella Applauds Passage of Bill to Establish Jobs Pipeline, Connect Young People to Careers

Elements of bill modeled on successful work in Wallingford where local job creators partner with educators to train their future workforce.